The third and final episode of Life on the Reef is on WPBT at 8 pm tonight. Watch as human and animal residents of the reef prepare for a cyclone. Airs 8/5/15. http://www.pbs.org/program/life-reef/
This sounds like it will be a good program on WPDT tonight, 7/22 at 8:00 pm EDT. Tonight’s episode: Twenty thousand green sea turtles return to the biggest reptilian breeding colony on Earth; humpback whales give birth; fire destroys a luxury … Read More »
Do you wonder why a Thresher Shark has a tail up to the length of its body? Thresher sharks kill prey using their tail. The thresher shark has one of the most dangerous tails in the ocean. It has evolved a deadly … Read More »
Amy Slate’s Amoray Dive Resort is planning several dives to view coral spawning. They will be night dives on August 5, August 8, and September 5. Before the dives at 4 pm, reef restoration scientists will give a presentation about … Read More »
Palm Beach County Reef Research Team members Terry Hickey and Ruthie Lawrence won Reef Ambassador awards this week after completing over 30 dives off the Cayman Aggressor IV. The award is presented to the divers who exhibit the most knowledge of fish and … Read More »
Good advise with all the recent shark sitings in our area. Check out this article by Ari Hait of WPBF Channel 25. The last week has been filled with shark sightings in South Florida and shark bites up and down … Read More »
After a pair of shark attacks over the weekend that left two young people missing limbs, officials in a North Carolina beach town say they are prepared to euthanize any sharks they see exhibiting “aggressive behavior” near the coastline, a … Read More »
Gross but awesome! Did you know Sand Tiger shark fetuses eat their siblings in the womb or that they have two wombs? Check out this video by Gross Science.